A-level - foreign languages.Watch
I have just finished Spanish GCSE, and I will be starting Spanish A-level in September - obviously, I have knowledge about the Spanish language - pronunciation, the culture and a fair bit of grammar; however, the college which I have applied for, I have just noticed that ANYBODY can do Italian with a B in any other foreign language at GCSE.
I was thinking: do you think that it will be worthwhile me taking on-board Italian as well as Spanish - or do you think it will be too much added stress?
These are the A-levels that I am considering - and I would swap Government & Politics for Italian (if I decided to take it).
GOVERNMENT & POLITICS
Thank you in advance for your replies, and kind regards.
I'm taking two language A Levels at the moment- French and Spanish (though I speak a little German and Italian) and I could talk for hours about how amazing taking languages is.
I would definitely advise taking another language as it will serve you well in all walks of life. A language such as Italian is fairly limited in terms of where it is spoken, but simply showing that you can handle 2 foreign languages demonstrates commitment and intelligence.
It isn't easy and it takes a lot of work, but that is something which all universities look for. Languages will always serve you well whatever you do and they're great fun to learn. A Level languages are very different to GCSE as you will learn about the culture of the countries in which the language is spoken. You learn about so much more than what your did during your work experience and how to pronounce beaucoup properly!
Honestly I can't recommend enough learning as many new languages as you can!!!
So in response to your question: certo tu devi imparare!!
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All the best! (for your GCSE results also!)
Best of luck! xx